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  • Family gives new details about Doby murder in Covington County

    Family gives new details about Doby murder in Covington County

    Wednesday, July 18 2018 7:38 PM EDT2018-07-18 23:38:07 GMT
    Jessie Lee Doby lived in the New Hope Community in north Covington County. Photo credit WDAM.Jessie Lee Doby lived in the New Hope Community in north Covington County. Photo credit WDAM.
    Jessie Lee Doby lived in the New Hope Community in north Covington County. Photo credit WDAM.Jessie Lee Doby lived in the New Hope Community in north Covington County. Photo credit WDAM.

    Loved ones of a murdered Covington County man are speaking out about his death and his life.   

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    Loved ones of a murdered Covington County man are speaking out about his death and his life.   

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  • Veterinarian called out during animal cruelty investigation speaks

    Veterinarian called out during animal cruelty investigation speaks

    Wednesday, July 18 2018 7:33 PM EDT2018-07-18 23:33:53 GMT
    Dr. Kimberly Martin with Animal Medical Center in Ellisville (Photo source: WDAM)Dr. Kimberly Martin with Animal Medical Center in Ellisville (Photo source: WDAM)

    A veterinarian called out during an animal cruelty investigation in Jones County is telling her side of the story. 

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    A veterinarian called out during an animal cruelty investigation in Jones County is telling her side of the story. 

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  • Richton Library creating technology class for senior citizens

    Richton Library creating technology class for senior citizens

    Wednesday, July 18 2018 7:02 PM EDT2018-07-18 23:02:59 GMT
    The Richton Library is in the process of creating a class for senior citizens to become more familiar with technology. (Photo source: WDAM)The Richton Library is in the process of creating a class for senior citizens to become more familiar with technology. (Photo source: WDAM)
    The Richton Library is in the process of creating a class for senior citizens to become more familiar with technology. (Photo source: WDAM)The Richton Library is in the process of creating a class for senior citizens to become more familiar with technology. (Photo source: WDAM)

      Wdam spoke with the Richton library where they are in the process of creating a class for senior citizens to become more familiar with high tech. The library is striving to be a tech-savvy environment where not only teens but senior citizens can keep up with the advancement of technology through their cell phones or computers. They plan to create classes for senior citizens to prepare them to keep up with the wave. "We would schedule once or twice a week for three weeks....

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      Wdam spoke with the Richton library where they are in the process of creating a class for senior citizens to become more familiar with high tech. The library is striving to be a tech-savvy environment where not only teens but senior citizens can keep up with the advancement of technology through their cell phones or computers. They plan to create classes for senior citizens to prepare them to keep up with the wave. "We would schedule once or twice a week for three weeks....

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